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Céline SCHILLINGER
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A passion for collaboration, social & digital comms, business & corporate transformation. La Tribune Women's Award 2013. TEDx speaker. Curating http:/www.scoop.it/t/acting-for-change
A passion for collaboration, social & digital comms, business & corporate transformation. La Tribune Women's Award 2013. TEDx speaker. Curating http:/www.scoop.it/t/acting-for-change

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The article is great but don't be mistaken, there is still A LOT to do. 

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Just blogged, as a follow-up to the Rebel Jam 
http://weneedsocial.com/blog/2015/6/28/regain-freedom-at-work

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A few tips shared today in the Rebel Jam 2015. How to expand your autonomy at work - a few tips.

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So true. Identify and neutralize the enemies of change... Support change advocates wherever they are... Delay the frontal battle as much as possible... Understand the power of the immune system and antibodies...Scale up the edges. Great stuff, thank you John.
In this short video, I share 30 years of experience in large scale organizational change - beware of an extremely powerful immune system and antibodies

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Cross-discipline collaboration against a disease. Very interesting. #STEM   #dengue  

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How can organizations mobilize and leverage volunteers?
#Volunteer Power

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Cool :-)
Merci, Nilofer
Solving problems in modern times requires a new way of thinking, and doing. And here, +Celine Schillinger shares a specific story of social era dynamics being used to act as one, and make a difference with Dengue.

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Exactly! 
I have long believed social networks could do so much more than help for-profit organizations become more profitable and effective. I've especially felt that social networks could eventually give us the collective power to radically change how we create and, especially, distribute value. Unfortunately, I have yet to find a place where that is happening in any significant way; at least not where I normally find myself. Perhaps I've not looked hard enough.

Regardless, in this TED Talk, +Céline SCHILLINGER  relates the effort to combat Dengue Fever and how social impact is the desired result of social networks. She offers a quote from Robert Phillips (I've tried, but can't discern which of the many Robert Phillipses in the world she's referring to), which suggests the essence of her talk.

"Networks and coalitions, not institutional hierarchies, are the business models of the future: collaboration, not control; thinkers, not technocrats." She also points out that social networks aren't competing for territory; they're building bridges.
Watch this. It's worth 16 minutes of your career.

H/T +Rawn Shah 

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My new blog post. Moving ahead with Quality!
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